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Geography in the News »

Geography in the News »
The Society's award winning site containing up-to-date curriculum material examining geographical events in the media.

Global Learning Project

Global Learning Programme »
New materials, continuing professional development (CPD) and funding for schools to support teaching about Global Learning at Key Stage Two and Key Stage Three in geography and other subjects.

Rediscovering London's geography

Rediscovering London's geography »
New KS2-4 resources focusing on topics from the new Curriculum, plus specific CPD support and networks for schools within the London area.

Discovering Galapagos

Discovering Galapagos »
This interactive, bilingual, educational resource from the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and the Galapagos Conservation Trust will bring the islands to life in your classroom.

Discovering the Arctic »

Discovering the Arctic »
Examining the local and international implications of changes to the region's environments and peoples. Run in conjunction with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Scottish Association for Marine Science and British Antarctic Survey.

Discovering the Antarctic »

Discovering Antarctica »
Interactive website covering topics such as climate change and future pressures in the region. Run in conjunction with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and British Antarctic Survey.

Climate for Classrooms »

Climate4Classrooms »
Teaching resources on the local impacts of climate change in China, Indonesia, China and the UK; developed in partnership with the British Council and the Royal Meteorological Society.

Your Climate your Life »

Your Climate Your Life »
Website based around our changing climate and how it affects our lives. Supported by the DEFRA Climate Change Fund.

Britain from the Air »

Britain from the air »
The Society's Britain from the Air provides a rich visual tool through which primary pupils and secondary level geography students can build a picture of the geography of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

From the Field »

From the Field »
These resources are designed to give in depth information on topics researched as part of the Society's Goldsmiths' Award, and an insight for students and teachers into the work of researchers in the field.

21st Century Challenges »

21st Century Challenges »
The Society's discussion series that aims to improve public understanding of, and engagement with, some of the big issues likely to affect our lives and society in the coming years.

Passport to the Poles »

Passport to the Poles »
Passport to the Poles uses the Polar First record-breaking helicopter journey by Jennifer Murray and Colin Bodill around the world via the two Polar Regions as a focus for a stimulating and engaging educational resource.

Walk the World »

Walk the World »
An opportunity for your school to discover its local connections with the 206 Olympic and Paralympic nations that competed at the London 2012 Games.

Unlocking the Archives »

Unlocking the Archives »
Contains educational resources based on the Society's unique archive collections. Many resources are linked to exhibitions. Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and John Lyons Charity.

Global Eye »

Global Eye »
A website based on Global Eye magazine for schools about global development issues. Sponsored by the Cambridge University Land Society.

Hidden Histories of Exploration »

Hidden Histories of Exploration »
Hidden Histories of Exploration reveals the contribution of people such as Juan Tepano, Mohammed Jen Jamain, Sidi Mubarak Bombay, Nain Singh and Pedro Caripoco to the history of exploration.

Support for ITE » The RGS-IBG and GA are pleased to offer this link to the work of the National Curriculum ITE Geography Expert Group. These online resources will provide some support for teachers, tutors and students in ITE in preparing for the new curriculum.

 

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